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Middle School Science Minute
by Dave Bydlowski (k12science or email@example.com)
RABBITS IN THE CLASSROOM
This podcast is based on the Question of the Month Column, from the Scope on Safety Section of the September 2012 issue of Science Scope magazine, a magazine for middle school science teachers, published by the National Science Teachers Association. It was written by Ken Roy.
This month’s question deals with letting rabbits run free in the middle school classroom. Ken shares advice from the Humane Society of the United States and the American Association for Laboratory Animal Sciences.
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YouTube Launches "Star Search" for Teachers
Starting today and running through October 1st, YouTube is looking to identify tenYouTube EDU Gurus.
YouTube has partnered with Khan Academy to run this contest. The ten chosen finalists will receive $1,000 toward for video production equipment, attend a three day workshop with Khan academy staff, and have work featured on YouTube EDU. To enter you have to submit video samples and answer two short essay questions (responses limited to 200 words).
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David Byrne on How Music and Creativity Work
Among the book’s most fascinating insights is a counterintuitive model for howcreativity works, from a chapter titled “Creation in Reverse” — a kind of reformulation of McLuhan’s famous aphorism “the medium is the message”into a somewhat less pedantic but no less purposeful “the medium shapes the message”:
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